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In the folk dance community, 78rpm records pressing and sales on some of the
specialty labels also went well into the 1960s and you could still buy them
new in through the 1970s (not sure when they stopped being pressed).  We
used Bogen/Lenco, Califone or Newcomb record players, also continuous speed
and with the removable speaker and a microphone jack.

Gene
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On Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 1:14 AM, Dan Nelson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hilton Audio Products  was the prominent supplier of  square
> dance audio  equipment. Their turntables  were continious  variable
> speed  from  about 30 rpm to  80 rpm.
> Newcomb
> manufactured  units  with  General Industries  33-45-78 speed
> turntables. The schools used these  with gym classes because they had a
> 12" speaker in the removable lid.
> dnelson
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